Education Services Staff
|Beverly Pearson, education services manager, began her career in public television in June of 1991 as the coordinator of the instructional television service of Prairie Public and Lakeland Public Television. As education initiatives grew at Prairie Public, she was promoted to education services manager in 2002. A North Dakota product, Bev earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English, speech and drama, and library science education and has done graduate work at the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University. Prior to joining Prairie Public, Bev taught English and communications for several years, was a high school media specialist, and co-owned and managed several small businesses including radio stations in North Dakota and Oregon. She continues her interest in local sports, including her recreational and instructional participation in curling. For more information contact Bev Pearson at email@example.com or 701-239-7575|
|Dan Anderson joined Prairie Public in February of 2010 in the Education Services Department. After a 13 year career as an elementary teacher, Dan attended graduate school to obtain Masters and Specialist degrees in Educational Leadership. He served as a principal at various PreK-12 grade levels in different schools for the past 18 years. In a move back to his ‘home area’ Dan accepted a position at Prairie Public in Fargo, North Dakota. Working in Education Services gives Dan the chance to draw from his diverse educational training and experiences to help improve teachers’ and parents’ use of digital media while improving children’s educational skills and knowledge. Dan focuses his efforts at Prairie Public providing training and workshops for PreK – Grade 12 educators. These workshops are delivered via on-site trainings at schools, presentations at conferences, and corrdinating teacher training institutes at various colleges and universities in the area. Teachers receive professional graduate credits and continuing education credits by attending these institutes. Dan also presents to future educators in educational methods courses at various colleges and universities. For more information contact Dan Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-239-7537.|
|DeAnn Hopfauf joined Prairie Public’s education services team in 2012 working primarily with the Ready To Learn and early childhood initiatives. Her background includes preschool teaching, work as a nanny, residential care of children with developmental delays, and raising her own children. She earned a BA in psychology from Minnesota State University-Moorhead in 2008 with an emphasis in developmental psychology. Originally from Mandan, ND, DeAnn currently lives in Moorhead, MN with her son, Spencer. For more information contact DeAnn Hopfauf at email@example.com or 701-239-7531.|
|Lynette Burgan joined the Prairie Public Education Services staff in August of 2013. She holds a Master’s in Theatre from the University of North Dakota and has a background in children’s theatre and web marketing. She is excited to apply her skills in the Education Services department. She is active in theatre around the Fargo community, enjoys singing and writing, and lives in West Fargo with her husband and step-daughter. For more information contact Lynette Burgan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-239-7551.|
|Jessica Wayne joined the Prairie Public Education Services team in December of 2013. She is originally from Litchfield, MN and moved to Fargo, ND for college with her husband. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Production from Minnesota State University Moorhead. She always had in interest in children programing and grew up watching PBS. She is excited to be involved in the process of inspiring children through learning. For more information contact Jessica Wayne at email@example.com or 701-239-7513.|
|Alisha Hagen started as an intern at Prairie Public Education Services in the Spring of 2014. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She has a background in sculpture, digital art, and graphic design. She is now pursuing a BFA in Art Education at Minnesota State University Moorhead with a hope to inspire creativity in younger generations of learners. She plans to graduate in May 2015. For more information contact Alisha Hagen at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
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